The Voice season 14 LIVE SHOWS begin tonight with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and American Idol OG winner and newbie Kelly Clarkson. Carson Daly returns as host. Join us as we LIVE BLOG the results and every performance.
All 24 artists will perform and you can vote live in real time! The artists with the most votes from each team will advance to the top 12! Two ways to vote: download the official Voice app or tweet/retweet to vote for your favorite.
Sharane Calister is singing Never Enough. She’s a little off key in the opening, she is so good at emoting and that is true with this performance as well. She kicks it up and starts belting towards the middle and hits some big notes. Huge note at the end. Nice job overall. All four coaches on their feet. Really good!
What the show didn’t show:
* She began singing at at 3, according to a 2014 interview, and she’s most often performed as Lady Rane.
* According to her Voice bio, Sharane also learned to play the violin when she was young.
* She studied music at the Des Moines Area Community College, according to her Facebook page.
* She’s performed in a girl group called the Candeez, billed as “the hottest female variety band and recording artist in Iowa” on their Facebook page.
* The Candeez, featuring Lady Rane, N.Y., T Flip and Yanni, covered a wide range of music, from country to 1970s disco to Top 40 hits and had been together two years when this interview was filmed in September 2014.
* Sharane told Voice Views she was with that group for about a year and a half before two of the members moved away and she decided she wanted to go in a different route.
* Sharane wound up forming The Feel Right, a six-piece band that specializes in soul, jazz and R&B. You can check out a video of Sharane performing with The Feel Right below.
* She’s still performing with the band, says they’re based in Des Moines and perform at wedding and other events.
* As for her own music, Sharane said she’s like to record R&B / soul originals. “That’s where my heart is,” she told Voice Views.